A Case Study in Video Urodynamics: A Unique Lesson Learned

Lynn Ng Yun Shu; Wang Fenfen; Ng Lay Guat, MBBS, FRCS, MMED, FAMS


Urol Nurs. 2018;38(1):36-41. 

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Abstract and Introduction


The following case discusses a 62-year-old female patient who presented to a local emergency department with severe abdominal pain and acute urinary retention secondary to bladder stones. She was diagnosed with a cystocele and uterine prolapse. Video urodynamic studies (VUDS) were undertaken for further evaluation, but due to the altered anatomical landmarks, the left ureter was inadvertently initially cannulated, then corrected.